Russ is British and a professional writer, English teacher, sailor, and scuba diving instructor. He is studying for his BA in English Language at Ramkamhaeng University, Bangkok.
Duangta is Thai and an English teacher at a Thai state school. She has a BA in English Language and an M. Ed. in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language).
Quest is their series on learning Thai; and, Learning Thai, Your Great Adventure is the first book in that series.
Other books in the series are:
In addition, they have also created two Articulate Storyline applications to provide interactive learning of two areas of the Thai language:
Both the apps and books are available from http://www.learnthaialphabet.com.
Given the very high rating I bought this expecting a good experience. However I was very disappointed. Read morePublished 19 months ago by N. Booth
I started reading this book thinking I was going to get lost in the text. You can read the words but just don't know how to pronounce them with most language books. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Deerhuntbuddy
This book is great to help you learn to speak, read and even write the Thai language. Lots of pictures but incredibly detailed so you come out with more understanding of the... Read morePublished 24 months ago by ShelbyDunkin
I've already made plans with my family to visit Thailand next year. I want to make some serious preparations so I can conduct myself properly with the locals when I do get there. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Morgan
I will be traveling to Thailand next year and was hesitant to begin learning the language, especially since it has 44 consonants. This guide is truly a lifesaver. Read morePublished on August 19, 2012 by Syfy Luvr
Learning Thai, Your Great Adventure by Russ Crowley and Duangta Wanthong Mondi
If you want a complete how to guide on Thai then this is the only book you will ever need. Read more
Thai is the national language of Thailand, spoken by around eighty percent of the sixty million residents of the South-East Asian country. Read morePublished on July 24, 2011 by George J Barendse